Nicks workshop mutterings

Various railway orientated modelling projects in my new workshop/railway room.

Exhibition success 

Recently got back from the Thorncombe show having shown 50 x 50 Shades of Grey. Thorncombe is a village in the middle of nowhere near Axminster in Devon but has a well attended, guirky show run for charity by the local rail enthusiasts group.

I was very pleased to get the Chairman’s Award for excellence in modelling and expertise for Shades of Grey!


Makes all the effort of modelling and exhibiting worthwhile. 

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2 thoughts on “Exhibition success 

  1. Colin Greig on said:

    Well done, even if it is a remote outpost in darkest Devon

    Regards

    Colin

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